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Holy-Moly! The Liqui-Moly 12 Hour Race is back!

January 9, 2019


THE Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour is a race for GT3, GT4 and invited production-based or specialised endurance vehicles.

The race is now generally acknowledged and recognised around the world as one of the most significant races for GT vehicles on the calendar, alongside contemporaries like the Spa-Francorchamps 24 Hour and the Nurburgring 24 Hour.


If your interested in Motorsport then this is an event your not going to want to miss!


First started in 1991, the Bathurst 12 Hour started its life as a race for production-based vehicles before becoming a race for international GT vehicles in 2011.


Current 12 Hour Records:
Qualifying Record: 2m01.2860s (Shane van Gisbergen, McLaren 650S GT3, 2016) (Fastest ever official lap of Mount Panorama)


Race Lap Record: 2m01.5670s (Shane van Gisbergen, McLaren 650S GT3, 2016) (Also outright Mount Panorama lap record)

Most laps completed by Winners: 297 (1,845km) – Shane van Gisbergen / Jonathon Webb / Alvaro Parente, 2016 winners.


Least laps completed by Winners: 202 (1,255km) – Garry Holt / John Bowe / Paul Morris, 2010 winners.


Record Starting field: 52 – 2017


Smallest Winning Margin: 0.4132 (2014)


Largest Winning Margin: 1 Lap (2017, 2013, 2010)


Most cars on lead lap at finish: 7 (2018)


Record number of different leaders: 10 (2018)


Most wins by a single brand: Mazda (3), Audi (3), BMW (2), Mitsubishi (2), Ferrari (2)


Drivers with multiple victories: 9 (John Bowe, Garry Walden, Garry Holt, Paul Morris, Rod Salmon, Damien White, Darryl O’Young, Chris Mies, Craig Lowndes – 2 each).


Record Attendance: 41,610 (2018)


The race was initially held for four years between 1991-1994, before moving to the Sydney Motorsport Park in 1995. The race remained on hiatus until it returned to Mount Panorama, Bathurst in Easter, 2007, with new promoters.


Mount Panorama is the world-renowned circuit located in Bathurst, New South Wales.

Known as the spiritual home of Australian Motor Racing, the circuit became famous via the annual Bathurst 1000 classic which was first held (over 500 miles) in 1963.
The Bathurst 1000 is now one of Australia’s largest sporting events, attracting more than 200,000 people across its four days – but the Mountain is more than just the annual October classic, now hosting the Bathurst 12 Hour in February and the Bathurst 6 Hour for Production Cars each Easter.​


Havannah Accommodation is centrally located to the Bathurst CBD and only a 8 minute drive to Mount Panorama! You'd be silly not to book with us!



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